After the Apollo 1 disaster, astronaut Frank Borman told Congress that the tragedy had not been caused by any one company or organization, but by the entirety of all those involved with the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions. The problem had been a failure of imagination. They knew that at some point there would be a fire in a space capsule. However, they assumed it would take place in space somewhere. They just did not think about the possibility of fire while the capsule was still on earth. We call this failure of imagination “unknown unknowns” within the security world, but it boils down to the same thing. We just do not think about some things. Even with all the tools out there to help us, we have failures of imagination.
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Virtualization and cloud computing are not just innovations that require the support of new environments in existing operations management solutions. Instead, virtualized and cloud based environments are so different from their predecessors that an entirely new management stack will have to be built in order to effectively manage these environments. This new stack will be so different that it will replace, instead of augment the legacy/incumbent management stacks from legacy vendors. This ushers in the era of Big Data Operations Management.